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Chloé Zaied, founder of Hynova, plans to build the first series production of fuel cell boats © Kerstin Zillmer
Portrait Hynova 42

A high on Hydrogen boats

🇬🇧 The young french Hynova shipyard plans to build a first series of fuel cell boats. We met the founder Chloé Zaied.

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Chloé Zaied presented the first serial produced boat with hydrogen propulsion in Cannes © Kerstin Zillmer

Three boats already under construction

  • HynovaThe boat has a large swimming platform and four sun bathing spaces at bow and stern © Kerstin Zillmer
  • HynovaThe Hynova 42 can carry up to twelve passengers. The hull is 4.2m wide © Kerstin Zillmer
  • HynovaThe draught of the Hynova 42 is less than one meter, so it's ideal to go for a swim © Kerstin Zillmer
Parque Calanque
Parque Calanques is situated only a few sea miles away from Marseilles © CC BY-SA 3.0

Water flows back into the sea

  • HynovaThe fuel cell REXH2 by EODev was already in use on the Energy Observer. © Kerstin Zillmer
  • HynovaThe Toyota writing indicates which parts come from the Japanese company © Kerstin Zillmer
  • HynovaThe Hynova 42 carries three hydrogen tanks which are lighter than batteries © Kerstin Zillmer
  • HynovaThe Borg-Warner electric motors accelerate the Hynova 42 up to 26 knots © Kerstin Zillmer

Durability no longer a problem

Hynova
Hynova already presented a prototype at the Cannes Yachting Festival © Kerstin Zillmer

Toyota and Accor invest

Hynova
Laurent Perignon and Chloé Zaied at their presentation in Cannes © Kerstin Zillmer

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